This year's race for the original score Oscar is, like last year's, multicultural, with a Frenchman, a Spaniard and an Argentinian competing against two Americans. Two are first-time nominees and one…
The double bill of former Cibo Matto frontwoman Miho Hatori and Los Angeles' power poppers Los Abandoned was a study in contrasts. While both acts are adept at mixing cultures and languages, Hatori's…
The day after they opened the Grammy Awards telecast, the Police broke the news that they will begin a global tour on May 28 in Vancouver, B.C., that will run into the early part of next year.
Gordon Goodwin is a 2007 nominee, as well as a past Grammy winner and the proud owner of three Emmys. But don't watch for him during the ceremony; he'll likely be watching from home.
EMI Group has appointed newspaper executive Sly Bailey as senior independent director, succeeding John Gildersleeve, who recently became the music company's chairman.
In their first public gig since being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003, the reunited Police -- Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers -- took the stage at the 49th annual Grammy…
Having put the kudocast through a number of sea changes in recent years with minimal impact on its receding ratings, the producers of the Grammys took a logical tack to rescue this year's edition…
The 49th annual Grammys took a stand by championing a band that took a stand. The Dixie Chicks won five Grammy Awards Sunday night for their first work after ruffling the feathers of politicians…
"This is an incredible night for me," enthused songstress Mary J. Blige. "It was not just a music business breakthrough, but a personal breakthrough.
RECORD OF THE YEAR “Be Without You”, Mary J. Blige; Bryan-Michael Cox, producer; Danny Cheung, Tal Herzberg & Dave “Hard-Drive” Pensado, engineers/mixers; (track from “The Breakthrough”) [Geffen…